MPs have their monthly opportunity to question the Scottish Secretary
BBC Radio Scotland
Stories showcasing the best new writing from Scotland
BBC Radio 4 Extra
BBC Radio 4
Ricky Ross presents highlights from A Scottish Songbook at Celtic Connections 2010.
George Poles's comedy, adapted from the Upmanship books by Stephen Potter.
Novelist James Maw paints an unofficial portrait of Francis Bacon.
Ray Clark with the stories, the romances and the sounds of Essex fun fairs.
Showgrounds, showmen and music. Looking at fairgrounds locally and elsewhere.
BBC Three Counties Radio
Reece Shearsmith meets the female screen stars of horror.
Writer Ian Sansom explores his own and others' enduring obsession with notebooks.
Our humorous Norwich City fanzine show.
BBC Radio Norfolk
Comedy series written by and starring Andy Parsons
John Inverdale asks whether the scrum in rugby should be abolished for safety reasons.
Gareth Lewis and guests discuss the big rugby stories from Wales and the rest of the world
BBC Radio Wales
Discuss the biggest rugby stories from Wales and the rest of the world
BBC London's dedicated Rugby Union programme.
BBC London 94.9
Critic Mark Kermode examines the history of and controversy surrounding the 1979 film Scum
The Johnstone's Paint Trophy Final against Luton.
BBC Radio Humberside
Tom Mangold investigates the growing ruthlessness of piracy in the Indian ocean.
Simon Armitage takes us to sea to explore one of the oldest poems in the English language.
Poet Seamus Heaney reads his own translation of the great Anglo-Saxon poem.
A celebration with the Ulster Orchestra.
BBC Radio Ulster
A mix of music to accompany listeners' dedications and requests. Presented by Sean Coyle.
BBC Radio Foyle
A showcase of the best comedians on the Edinburgh Fringe
BBC Radio 2
Music, events, entertainment and the latset travel for your Bank Holiday weekend.
BBC Radio Lancashire
Join Sean McGinty on BBC Lancashire.
BBC Lancs unearths the freshest sound from the county's music scene. Sean McGinty hosts.
Sean Rafferty visits musicians at home and at work to learn about their lives and music
BBC Radio 3
Sean Rafferty presents classic festive favourites and new releases from the last year.
Sean Rafferty shares his favourite music performed by the world's finest orchestras.
Sean gets the new year under way with all your party favourites.
Ultimate late night listening playing chilled rock, folk, soul, Americana and soundtracks.
BBC Radio Kent
Sean Rowley plays your guilty pleasures, those songs you love to hate.
With fun and good music.
BBC Radio Merseyside
Eighrig Mhàrtainn ag innse mu obair sa NAAFI aig àm an Dàrna Cogaidh. Le Maureen NicLeòid.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Professor Donald Meek tells about an odd experience on the banks of Loch Tay.
Tony Dilworth's fascinating Linguistic Survey recordings of the 50s
The 1Xtra party continues with Seani in and out of the mix.
BBC Radio 1Xtra
Seani and Max come live from Radio 1's Big Weekend in Maidstone, featuring RnB star Usher.
Stephanie Flanders sets out on the search for growth in Britain's economy
As more of us work in open plan spaces, Claudia Hammond goes in search of the ideal office
Helena Gallagher goes in search of her father who drowned when she was four.
Steve Kingstone looks back at the aftermath of Madeleine McCann's disappearance.
Wild in the country? Doddsy, Annie and Spency go from pitch-side to countryside.
Fantasy tale of a hero cursed with immortality - between the worlds of faerie and man
Mike Engleby, a Cambridge student in the 1970s, becomes captivated by a fellow student
Comedy. The adventures of the grandsons of Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson
A mother comes to terms with an empty nest and a husband prepares for a second honeymoon.
Resources to support Second Level Scottish CfE.
Sitcom about a couple experiencing love for the second time
Three families talk about the challenges and joys of bringing up their own grandchildren.
Series examining the role of state secrecy in Britain
Jonathan Glancey investigates Paris's secret underground maze of tunnels.
Frances Hodgson Burnett's adventure with Fraser Kerr and Beryl Reid
BBC Radio 7
Tom Morton investigates pipes and politics, from Northern Ireland to Galicia via Scotland.
Singer Monica Vasconcelos explores the musical and political story of bossa nova.
Rory Cellan-Jones traces its roots
Jackie Bird explores the private and hidden sides of peoples' lives.
Guy Barker explores the making and continuing legacy of Miles Davis' album Kind of Blue.
Hollywood actor Elliott Gould celebrates the life and career of Danny Kaye.
Rev Richard Coles returns to his childhood musical hero, with some unexpected twists.
Hermione Cockburn uncovers the historical role of dams and reservoirs in Britain
Comedy series about a hapless vicar who discovers dark secrets about his parish
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Gyles Brandreth persuades politicians to talk about their true selves
Secret Mueum looks at the explicit erotic, sexual and pornographic art of Pompeii.
Romance and political skulduggery combine in David Edgar's witty murder mystery.
Barbara Collins looks at the secret lives of Catholic police officers in Northern Ireland.
Ian Marchant explores whether trees really do have miraculous powers.
Kate Grenville's story of belonging and ownership, read by Ron Cook
Vivienne Parry meets the scientists whose work remains unknown to the general public
Sally Magnusson provides an extraordinary insight into the scientific applications of pee.
Comedy impression series that follows the imagined private lives of the rich and powerful
Two-part drama about an escort and her clients by Gerda Stevenson.
Matt McGrath looks at usage of the performance-enhancing drug EPO among athletes.
Francis Pryor reports on a vast archaeological project challenging existing theories.
Roger Law embarks on a journey to understand controversial artist Caravaggio
How the oldest people on the planet are helping scientists to unlock the secrets of ageing
Behind the scenes of the security operation at the Olympic Games.